Antonio Brosa (violin)
Arda Mandikian (soprano)
Gwyn Griffiths (baritone)
(Chorus-Master. Leslie Woodgate ) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Leader, Arthur Leavins )
Conducted by Walter Goehr
Given before an invited audience
Bernard Wall has lived for some time in a suburb of Rome called Monteverde, where hundreds of modern blocks of Bats have shot up in the last few years. He talks about this new quarter and its inhabitants.
The first of two talks commemorating the death of John Selden in 1654 by J. W. N. Watkins
Lectuici in Political Science at the London School of Economics
Selden, who inscribed the phrase liberty above all things' inside all the books in his library, made it also his first concern as a lawyer. In this talk Mr. Watkins considers the nature of Selden's regard for the rule of law, ' the constant and settled laws of this kingdom, without which we have nothing.'
Aux cyprès de la Villa d'Este, Threnodie No. 1; Les jeux d'paux a la Villa d'Este; Aux cypres de la Villa d'Este. Thrénodie No. 2 (Annees de Pèlerinage, troisième annee)
Gondoliera; Tarantella (Venezia e
Napoli) played by Louis Kentner (piano)
by Julien Green
Translated from the French by the author
Produced by John Gibson
(Sunday afternoon's recorded broadcast)
During the interval (10.0-10.10 app.): Gramophone records of the Dirge from MacDowell's Suite No. 2: played by Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra. conducted by Howard Barlow
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